The introduction of a much more family friendly fiesta in 2016 is reaping major rewards for the City Council of Pamplona with data collected from the 2018 event showed yet another year of increases in the number of people involved in the arts and activities program with more than 1.5million attending the event. As the city itself has a population of under 200,000 inhabitants this is good news for the local economy and the 2019 event is expected to once again experience growth. The largest attendances were again recorded at the massive nightly fireworks displays with an estimated 434,000 people witnessing the pyrotechnics and also at the Giants and Big Heads of Pamplona staging’s (the Comparsa de Gigantes y Cabezudos) where more than 190,000 witnessed these massive cardboard and paper mache statues, dance, walk, twirl and party in the streets of Pamplona. There are so many vibrant, exciting and participatory events at San Fermin nowadays proving it is way beyond participants remembering the event just for the Running of the Bulls.
campaign to raise awareness among all citizens and visitors to San Fermines in
Pamplona has been based on a more modern event with increased artistic and
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